Joe Tomandl developed a great program for Dairy Grazing apprenticeships or internships Today’s guest joins us to talk about a formalized and accredited dairy grazing apprenticeship program he started in the state of Wisconsin. If you’ve ever thought about hosting or doing an apprenticeship this podcast is a must-listen.
What’s it like to run a farm, abattoir and retail business? Cory Van Gronnigen from VG meats shares his experiences.
Dr. Fred Provenza formerly of Utah State University joins us to talk about the BEHAVE program and animal health. What makes our food healthy? How is that related to livestock health? How do animals choose which foods to eat and why? Dr. Fred Provenza provides us with insight into these questions and much more during …
Many livestock owners and just people in general can be skeptical about the role trace elements play in health. Trace elements are not only important for humans but for livestock as well. They are called trace elements for good reason. The human body is made up of the following: Elements Oxygen – 64% Carbon – …
Bob Kinford explains how to place livestock in areas and rotationally graze without using fencing
Grahame Rees Talks About Making Decisions Based on Bud Williams Style Marketing
What’s it really like to start a farm?
Jesse Bussard on Social Media Marketing for Farmers and Ranchers
Todd Churchill, Owner of Thousand Hills Cattle Company Says The Beef Industry is Dying!
You might have been aware that I’ve been working on a new eBook the past few months. Well, the time has finally come and it’s DONE! You can buy the grazing book by going here or clicking on the picture. http://agriculturalinsights.com/tgb/